Sheep or wolves?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In every conflict, in every venue, in every time, those who oppose each other have a very basic choice to make. This is defining the role they choose more…

My recall dilemma

by Kevin McCullough -- I had it all written. This week's column was done and I was merely spell-checking and proofreading. I found a wrongly punctuated sentence and cursored up and used more…

The politics of envy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is the world's leading Christian business magazine. Each issue features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God.I woke up this more…

California schemin'

by Joseph Farah -- My outrage concerning the 9th Circus Court of Appeals decision calling off the California recall election can be boiled down to two words – judicial tyranny. This is more…

The prescription drug scam

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The basic trouble with democracy is it forces candidates to be forever on the lookout for new "services" they can pledge to provide for their presumably greedy constituents. more…

Movie companies try to manipulate the church

by Ted Baehr -- Recently, the representative of the major studios' outreach to churches claimed that he was slapping MOVIEGUIDE? on the wrist because we printed a review of a bad movie more…

Judicial terrorism

by Craige McMillan -- "The judges, both of the supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behavior, and shall, at stated times, receive for their services, a compensation, which more…

The second anniversary of Sept. 11

by Larry Elder -- Exploring the roots and reason of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacks, two television specials, "Searching for the Roots of 9-11," hosted by the New York Times' Tom more…

Die-hards and the damage done

by Hugh Hewitt -- A picture hangs on my office wall that reminds of the glory years of the Reagan Revolution. It shows the White House team entry in the D.C. Nike more…